The Nonprofit Alliance (TNPA) is a trade association. Our members are nonprofit organizations and companies that provide services to nonprofits. TNPA’s mission is to promote, protect, and strengthen the nonrprofit sector and we do that through lobbying and advocacy, leadership development, media outreach, professional development, and peer communities.
• Wage Per Hour: $18
• Schedule: Part-Time
• Hours per week: 15
• Days Per week: 2 – 3
• Location & Type: Washington, D.C. (hybrid remote/in-person)
Responsibilities and Duties
Come work with our team to create a new online resource that nonprofit organizations nationwide will use to understand and manage state registration requirements. Nonprofit organizations are required to register in most states where they are fundraising or conducting business — but every state has its own qualifications, requirements, filing processes, and fees. Our goal: Save nonprofits time, money, and frustration with an easy-to-understand resource. You will work directly with our Regulatory Counsel to organize and simplify compliance language, create a master resource, and format an online publication. Gain an in-depth understanding of the nuances of charitable regulations, compliance, and risk management.
This is an excellent opportunity for pre-law and nonprofit management students.
Qualifications and Skills
To be successful in this role, you should have an interest in and appreciation for regulation rule-making, compliance and enforcement (policy wonks welcome!). Attention to detail, an ability to proofread your own work, and the ability to focus on a specific task are important. You should have basic-or-better skills with Microsoft Excel and Word. Experience with web page design is a bonus, but not required. We can work with you to set a regular schedule to accommodate other summer commitments. At least 10 of the 15 hours per week will need to fall on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday.
Preferred Majors: Business, Policy, Nonprofit Management, Pre-law
Preferred Degrees: Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s
College Level: Sophomore, Junior, Senior
• Flexible schedule. In-office or hybrid options are available.
• Although not part of the internship scope of work, you will have the option to participate in a Capitol Hill Day to accompany nonprofit sector professionals meeting with members of Congress to educate elected officials and their staff on issues impacting nonprofits.
• Networking and professional development opportunities as part of TNPA’s Leading EDGE internship program
NOTE: Applicants will be contacted by TNPA and/or the employer. Please, no follow-up phone calls or direct contact with the employer on application status.
About Leading EDGE
This internship is posted by The Nonprofit Alliance’s Leading EDGE Internship Program. This program aims to elevate the visibility of college-age job candidates, particularly those in underrepresented and first-generation student populations, within the employer job market; and enable first job placements that can lead to a career path in the social good sector, including roles in marketing & fundraising, finance, policy, data management & analysis, and other fields.
We invite all students to learn more and help us create a thriving nonprofit sector that has the support, resources, and influence to make the world a better place. Visit TNPA.org/Leading_EDGE/ for more information.
The nonprofit sector’s ability to change the world is not possible without diversity and inclusion. The Nonprofit Alliance promotes equal opportunity by following EEOC regulations and EEO laws that apply to each part of our organization and taking actions to promote fairness and diversity as part of our equal employment opportunity policy. The Nonprofit Alliance does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. This non-discrimination policy applies to recruitment, hiring, compensation, promotions, transfers, discipline, training, and distribution of benefits. Reasonable accommodations will be provided to applicants and employees who need them for medical or religious reasons, as required by law.